The Taliban destroys the last pocket of resistance in the Panjshir Valley with a high-tech cannon during the battle for the region.

NS The Taliban employ advanced weapons left behind by the United States military to annihilate the last pockets of resistance to the Taliban’s takeover of Afghanistan.

Fighters, led by the country’s former Vice President, launched their final offensive against the new administration’s troops in the Panjshir Valley last night, the only part of the country that has not been occupied by Islamic militants.

 

Rebels, on the other hand, appeared to have been routed by US armored vehicles, mortar missiles, and Taliban fighters wielding heavy artillery, according to reports.

 

Taliban armed groups were seen in the video wielding M4 and M16 rifles from the United States military and donning night-vision goggles, according to the footage.

 

The Taliban employs weapons left behind by the United States military to annihilate the last pockets of resistance to the Taliban’s takeover of Afghanistan (Photo: Taliban using U.S. armored vehicles)
Rebels in the Panjshir Valley, Afghanistan’s last remaining unconquered province, have begun their final stand against the Taliban.
On September 2nd, rebels held a training session in Marima.

 

Taliban fighters, on the other hand, appeared to have routed the insurgents in their ranks.

 

Photo: Members of the Afghan resistance movement and anti-Taliban uprising personnel stationed along a road in Panjshir’s Raetan district.

Taliban fighters, on the other hand, appeared to have routed the insurgents in their ranks.

Personnel from the Afghan resistance movement and anti-Taliban uprising are stationed along the road in Panjshir’s Raetan district in this photo.

 

When the Taliban seized control of Afghanistan, it is believed that US-trained Afghan government security forces seized military equipment and fled.
In addition, the following developments have occurred:

 

After the withdrawal of Western troops from Afghanistan, former British Prime Minister Sir John Major said it was a “strategic and very stupid” decision that he considered to be “morally incomprehensible.”

The head of Pakistan’s ISI intelligence has arrived in Kabul, the Afghan capital, for a meeting with Taliban leaders, according to media reports. Within a few days, the members of the new government will be announced by the group.

Following false reports that the Taliban had won the Panjshir battle, Taliban fighters opened fire on civilians in Kabul and other major cities, killing at least 17 people.

When a young woman demonstrated for equal rights to education and employment, the Taliban army responded with tear gas and physical violence.

Taliban convoy traveling in US armored vehicles was filmed as a resistance fighter, 70 miles north of Kabul, driving towards an area still holding the ground last night, according to reports. There were also reports that Taliban forces had invaded Bazarac, the capital of Panjshir province.

 

The region has particular ramifications for those who are opposed to Taliban rule. Inhabitant of the house was Afghan warlord Ahmad Shah Massoud, who first fought against Soviet occupation forces in the 1980s and later served as the last Taliban ruler between 1996 and 2001.

 

Shah Massoud was assassinated by al-Qaeda terrorists just two days before the September 11th attacks on the United States.

 

A new group of insurgents known as the National Resistance Front, led by his son Ahmad and former Afghan Vice President Amurula Surrey, has emerged under the leadership of Ahmad.

 

The National Resistance Front (NRF) claimed to have killed 600 Taliban fighters in the last 24 hours, but the Taliban appear to be on the verge of victory, with reports suggesting that four of the state’s five districts were under Taliban control at the time of writing. It was claimed to be on the verge of happening.

 

In a few days, the Taliban will announce that their leader, Mullah Hibatullah Akhnzada, will succeed Hamid Karzai as the country’s supreme leader.

 

Mr. Major also blasted the British government for being “shameful” for failing to rescue all of the Afghan nationals who were working on the ground there.

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